Facebook Slider

Further Additions To The Long Division Line-up

  • Published in News


Atop the previously announced headliners for this year's Long Division (including The Cribs, Wedding Present & Gruff Rhys) a slew of further acts have now been added to the 12 - 14 September event in Wakefield.

Saturday September 13 will therefore now include performances from all off the following bands:- Slow Club, Mazes, Holy Mountain, Tuff Love, Sam Airey, Too Many T’s, High Hazels, Patterns, Radstewart, Then Thickens, Theo Verney, Allusondrugs, Cry Baby Cry, Adore // Repel, Alpha Shallows, Buffallo Skinners, Cactus Knife, The Castellers, Casual Sex, Chanel (C.Nicole), Clown, Cowtown, Cut Ribbons, Dead Party Scene, Deadwall, Flowers, The High Club, Jack's Attic, Juffage, Loz Campbell, NARCS, Salvage My Dream, Samuel S Parkes, Secret Society, Wearenotdolphins, Whales In Cubicles, The Wind Up Birds, Yard Wars, Yawning Dog.

The Cribs are the Friday night headliners, making a hometown return to christen the newly refurbished Unity Works. In conjunction with Wakefield Council event founder Dean Freeman and the band have scheduled an U18 show on the Friday afternoon too, to encourage budding younger musicians in the city and surrounding area. Support in the afternoon comes from The Spills and at night from Mi Mye

Further details on the festival and ticket purchasing information can be found here.


Festival Coverage : Long Division

Long Division takes place in Wakefield , and is put on by the Rhubarb Bomb blog. For the 2013 incarnation of the festival (in conjunction with Jonny The Firth and Wolfyboy Records of Leeds) 7 venues in the city will host 70 acts over the course of 07 – 09 June. Those acts already confirmed at time of writing include The Fall, Nine Black Alps, Ghostpoet, Jeffrey Lewis, The History Of Apple Pie, Howard Marks, RM Hubbert and The Spills. With tickets at a mere £20 this is a festival that’s pretty much off the scale in terms of value for money.

Dean Freeman from Rhubarb Bomb was kind enough to answer a few questions that we put to him about the organisation of the weekend’s activities:-

Subscribe to this RSS feed